|8th DOUBLE BILL Happy Landing (1938) and Sky Patrol (1939) plus Traveltalks (Technicolor) and The March of Time ODJB. - Phil Binstead|
Hollywood Ice Skating star Sonia Henie, Don Ameche and Cesar Romero are featured in this fun icecapade. Dare Devil hero Tailspin Tommy getting into alot of scrapes but saving the day. The March of Time, the story of the revival of the Original Dixieland Jazz Band in the 40's. Two James Fitzpatrick Technicolor traveltalks of Chicago and Washington - Enjoy :-)
Keywords: Sonia Henie; Don Ameche; March of Time; Traveltalks; Sky Patrol
|THAT NIGHT IN RIO trailer|
South of the border musical with Carmen Miranda, Alice Faye and Don Ameche. A lot of fun when Carmen is on screen. When she isn't, not so much.
Keywords: movie trailers; musicals; Carmen Miranda; Alice Faye; Don Ameche
|Funny or Die Video 2026: Studio C Presents...Don Ameche - Funny or Die|
Dr. Lane Jeffries does a scene from
Keywords: Funny or Die Video Archive; Studio C; Don Ameche
|Natsukashi:Cocoon - rob r|
Rob and E DAgger from CruJones Society spash down with the writer of Cocoon, Tom Benedek
Keywords: ron howard; cocoon; robert zemeckis; steve gutenberg; don ameche; wilford brimley; nostalgia; movies
|The Bickersons (54 episodes)|
Don Ameche and Frances Langford starred as the married couple in this comedy series. The couple spend most of their time arguing (bickering). One might wonder how these two stay together, but they do have their tender moments. Most of these episodes are undated. This is all the information I have.
Keywords: The Bickersons; Don Ameche; Frances Langford; OTR; Old Time Radio; Comedy
Downloads: 21,439 (2 reviews)
|The Bickersons 47 02 23 Amos The Driving Instructor|
Danny Thomas tells Don Ameche about his adventures as an archaeologist. On the Bickersons, John gets upset to find out Amos used John's car to be a driving instructor, and had an accident, and wound up in jail.
Keywords: Drene Time; The Bickersons; Don Ameche; Danny Thomas; Francis Langford; Comedy; Old Time Radio; OTR
|The Bickersons 47 02 09 The New Tuxedo|
On the Drene Time program, Don Ameche is upset to learn that Danny Thomas can hear everything through the ventilator. On the Bickersons, John has to attend a silver wedding anniversary for his boss, but finds out Blanche loaned his tuxedo to her brother Amos, and it had a hundred dollars in the pocket.
Keywords: The Bickersons; Drene Time; Don Ameche; Danny Thomas; Francis Langford; Comedy; Old Time Radio; OTR
|The Bickersons 47 05 18 Blanches Stomach Pains|
Don Ameche has to have a talk with Danny Thomas who thinks he's in love with Frances Langford. Blanche Bickerson wakes up John to complain about being sick, and then tries to get him to make out a Will.
Keywords: The Bickersons; Don Ameche; Danny Thomas; Frances Langford; Comedy; Old Time Radio; OTR
|Chase And Sanborn Hour 39 09 03 Guest Wendy Barrie|
Host Don Ameche. Nelson Eddy sings "I Must Go Down To The Seas Again." Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy speak on shortwave radio from Honolulu and describe their trip. Dorothy Lamour sings "Over The Rainbow." Wendy Barrie and Don Ameche perform the radio play, "A Kiss On Time,". Don and Vera Vague discuss nutrition and health. An old school friend of Edgar talks with Charlie and Edgar about traffic safety.
Keywords: Chase and Sanborn Hour; Don Ameche; Edgar Bergen; Charlie McCarthy; Comedy; Variety; Music; Old Time Radio; OTR
|The Frances Langford Don Ameche show (Nov. 2, 1951)|
Example of ABC's ill-fated attempt in daytime programming. "The Frances Langford Don Ameche show" was on the air from noon to 1pm each weekday. The show lasted just six month from September 1951 till March 1952. ABC is said to have lost $20,000 each week on the show, at a time when the network was already fighting for its survival. This is a program from Nov. 2, 1951 with special guest star Chester Morris...
Keywords: Frances Langford; Don Ameche; Classic TV; Live TV; 1951; ABC; 1950's Television; Kinescope; Daytime Television; Richard Hudnut
Downloads: 1,928 (4 reviews)
|Charlie Mc Carthy 47 01 19 10th Anniversary Show|
Beginning with a short story of how Charlie and Edgar got their first break from "His Excellency" Rudy Vallee. Along with Rudy, Don Ameche, Dorothy Lamour, Ray Noble and his orchestra, Mortimer Snerd, Nelson Eddy and others join to celebrate the 10th anniversary.
Keywords: Charlie McCarthy; Edgar Bergen; Rudy Vallee; Don Ameche; Dorothy Lamour; Nelson Eddy; Comedy; Variety; Old Time Radio; OTR
|The Bickersons 46 12 29 Deep Sea Treasure Enterprise|
Frances Langford sings "There's no business like show business". Dom Ameche interviews UCLA coach Bert La Brucherie whose team is going to play in the Rose Bowl game. Don gets mad at Danny Thomas because Danny doesn't want to meet the coach. Danny pictures himself as a football coach. On The Bickersons, John is upset because Blanche gave $1,ooo to her brother Amos so he can start a deep sea diving company.
Keywords: The Drene Show; Drene Time; The Bickersons; Don Ameche; Frances Langford; Danny Thomas; Comedy; Old Time Radio; OTR
|Entertainment, Movie S'Tracks, Newcasts, Radio Promo's, Dance Bands 1936 -1940 - Phil Binstead|
This is No 4 of 13 Entertainment files. These are the stars that were popular during the years 1936 - 1940 great numbers by the Dance Bands both british and American, soundtracks from popular movies of the time and the radio promo's to promote some of them, also the radio news broadcasts keeping everyone informed of progress of the seemingly inevitable war on the horizon, the popular radio shows such as ITMA and Bandwagon, also the delightful British film Musical star Jessie Mathews singing perh...
Keywords: Winston Churchill; Vera Lynn; The Squadronairs; Paul Whiteman; Paul Robeson; Elizabeth Welch; Neville Chamberlain; Nelson Eddy; Jeanette MacDonald; Mae West; Don Ameche; Alice Faye; Betty Grable; Billy Gilbert; Judy Garland; Jessie Mathews; Jack Hylton; Tommy Hanley; ITMA; Bandwagon; James Cagney; Pat O'Brien; The Dead End Kids; Eddie Cantor. Edward R Murrow; Judy Garland; Dick Powell; Bob Hope; Shirley Ross; fred Astaire; Ginger Rogers; Carroll Gibbons; Bob Crosby; Buster Crabbe; Betty Davis; Arthur Askey; Richard Murdoch; Ethel Merman; Alexanders Ragtime Band; Sweetheart Time; Gold Diggers In Paris